I was wondering in anyone has a good way to deal with matching angle brackets in C++ code (without using a plugin like BracketHighligter). I normally use BracketHighlighter anyway since it also gives you matching of
#ifdef macros, but sometimes you want to fall back to something super simple.
Matching angle brackets in C++ is not extremely important, but it helps with template definitions and usage. The problem is that there are many
> operators in statements which mess up the native matching a bit. See the attached screen capture for an example where it would be nice to have matching of the angle brackets on the vector variable line without it breaking after the
< operator. Using BracketHighlighter for this does work, but I'd think the native matching should handle this the same way so that
move_to(to: brackets) actually works.